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African countries get new tool to predict climate-related disasters
by Nellie Peyton
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18 May 2020
On 18 May 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A new weather forecasting system in Africa allows meteorologists to track approaching storms in real time, potentially saving lives from climate-related disasters, scientists said on Monday [18 May]. The technology is already used in developed countries but was not available until recently in most of sub-Saharan Africa, according to scientists behind the project at the University of Leeds.
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'It's very important because we can issue information for the safety of lives, property, and the environment,' David Koros, principal meteorologist at the Kenya Meteorological Department told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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